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Rs1000 fine been imposed for failing to fasten back seat belts in Karnataka

The state government has issued an order imposing a Rs 1000 fine on individuals who do not wear seat belts. Based on a directive from the Union Road and Highways Ministry, the police agency issued the order.

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Till now, people who don’t use their seatbelts were fined Rs 500. However, the recent rise in accidents caused the government to issue the new regulation.

After all, the advantage of using a rear seatbelt in lowering the probability of accidents involving motor vehicles that result to fatalities and injuries has been well documented in earlier surveys. In a car accident, using a seatbelt not only lowers the risk of injuries to rear-seat passengers, but also lowers the chance of injuries to front-seat occupants who might be crushed by rear-seat occupants who are not wearing seatbelts. Despite the advantages of using a rear seatbelt, most drivers rarely do so. Additionally, there will be a very strong positive link between the use of seatbelts by drivers and passengers in the back.

All passengers in vehicles with a maximum seating capacity of eight must be buckled up which also includes the passengers in cars and other private vehicles must also buckle up in accordance with the law.

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